Nine Projects Selected to Share $1.1 Million for Desalination and Water Purification Research WASHINGTON – Reclamation Commissioner Michael L. Connor announced that nine entities will share more than $1.1 million …
The Rim fire continues to burn in the Sierra Nevada, consuming homes along with ag land. Sabrina Hill has more. Click to Open or Download Audio Report
The top USDA economist says this week’s 2013 farm income forecast may not be the last word on the subject. Gary Crawford reports. Click to Open or Download Audio Report
Top stories in agriculture statewide this week include cattle lost in the Rim fire, theft problems for avocado growers, and more. Click to Open or Download Audio Report
In an online article for the California Farm Bureau Federation’s Ag Alert newspaper, its Assistant Editor, Kate Campbell, delves into the severe problems growers around the state are facing when …
The Agriculture Secretary tells reporters what he sees as important about commonsense immigration reform. Susan Carter has more. Click to Open or Download Audio Report
Western corn belt crops in important development stages are challenged by an increase in drought conditions. And, the drought continues to cause problems for pasture and rangelands. Rod Bain has …
As food prices stay where they are, farm income could be down this year and down below previous expectations. Gary Crawford reports. Click to Open or Download Audio Report
Food price inflation so far this year continues to be almost nil, even though some products are showing increases. Gary Crawford has more. Click to Open or Download Audio Report
California is still struggling when it comes to the conditions of our rangeland and pastures. Sabrina Hill has more. Click to Open or Download Audio Report
Is your agriculture business “Recall Ready?” If you’re not sure, then the United Fresh Produce Association has an upcoming workshop you may be interested in.
Efforts are underway to build honeybee genetic materials for breeding and to build up the health and size of colonies. Rod Bain reports. Click to Open or Download Audio Report
Researchers look into preventing mastitis in dairy cattle. Sabrina Hill has more. Click to Open or Download Audio Report See below for a video by the researcher.
Farming practices have come a long way from the old mule and plow days. Now farmers may not even need to be outside with unmanned aircraft equipped with imaging sensors …